Hacker News user bizjrz wrote in a thread on Hacker News that he had purchased a patio furniture store in Toronto.
He was hoping to sell his patio furniture at $1.20 per square feet, which is a price he was hoping would be more than the markup on the other items in the store.
The item is a two-piece kitchen island, and it has been on the market for about a month.
Bizjrez wrote that he was able to sell the island for $900.
“It was a great deal,” he said.
“If I had bought the whole island, I would have had to pay $1K plus taxes.
I’m selling the island, not the furniture.
This was the best price I could find.
I couldnt find a comparable product at Hackbers Corner for that price.”
Hackers Center sells the island as a one-of-a-kind piece of furniture for only $1 per square meter.
However, the website says the island has been sitting in the basement of the building for almost three years.
“The furniture is not new, and was purchased in March 2015, but it has not been used since,” the website reads.
“You will need to be a qualified professional to install the furniture.”
The website also says the furniture has been used in the past, but the seller is not sure if it has ever been used by anyone other than himself.
“Since its original purchase, the furniture is maintained in a sanitary and secure environment and has been maintained by an authorized employee,” the listing reads.
Bishnu is a popular Toronto street performer who was also known for performing on the patio.
The patio furniture is a replica of Bishnus old patio chair.
The chair, which has been in Bishnin’s possession since she retired from performing, was the only piece of the original furniture.
According to Bishni, her family was also able to purchase the chair at the time of her retirement.
Boshnu also performed on the park in 2015, which was a huge success.
“I would say it’s the biggest piece of art I have ever done.
I would say I’ve been able to perform on it for 10 years,” she told CBC Toronto’s The Agenda.
“When you see people come in from the street and see this piece of artwork in a park, it’s such a beautiful piece of work.”
Hackbers Center’s website says it has seen a large number of offers for the furniture and says it is still accepting offers.
“We would like to thank everyone who has offered to buy this piece for us and for the community,” the site reads.
The website has since taken down the listing.
Hackers Club also has a similar listing for a similar piece of patio furniture, but this one does not have the same type of logo and is listed for a higher price.
“Our members are very happy with the chairs, so we are continuing to try to sell these items for as much as we can,” a Hackers Circle representative told CBC News.
“In the meantime, we would like everyone to take advantage of the great deals that Hackers have to offer.”
Hacksters Corner is located at the intersection of St. Clair Ave.
W. and York St. W., and is just west of York St., at York Mills Rd. and Dundas St. The building is located on the ground floor of the Hackers Centre.
The community center has a large patio, which can be rented for $50 a month or $60 a month for the entire year.